Guang Dong Hotel
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... You can’t put it in a box marked as Special K and then make it taste different based on what part of the world you are selling it in. I found it tolerable; Renee wouldn’t finish hers and tried to get me to eat it as if I were Mikey. (Not to be confused with her boss, Mickey.)
Renee also claimed that the banana lacked flavor and I found the orange I ate to be fairly tasteless as well. I have had that happen with oranges that ...
... finishing her own dinner and offered to help. With much translation and lots of laughing, we soon found ourselves surrounded by a spicy banquet, beers and tea. This meal was delicious as long as you avoided the chillies! We in invited the young woman to join us. Her name was Jessica and she worked translating written English. We spent a pleasant evening chatting, eating and drinking before making our way back to the hotel. We again bade farewell to the remaining group ...
... but let’s just say that both Kathleen and the shopkeeper were happy that day. Very Happy!
Kathleen was a quick learner when It came to bargaining and proved to be an excellent negotiator. Started low, smiled sweetly, said she did not need it, turned and walked away and ended up having no trouble getting the “Shanghai” price for her items.
When Jim was back from Taiwan on the weekend we took travelled by high speed train ...
... to see People's Square at night. We picked the perfect night to see the square. It was raining, so the way the lights reflected off the ground was awe-inspiring. I felt as though I was playing a role in a movie--this was a set; we were all playing a part. There was no way this could actually be real. Looking at the pictures now, I feel as though I was pasted into the pictures. The background is too unbelievable.
... buildings in which the communist party secretly met while they planned the takeover of nationalist China, and then the old European buildings that once housed the French, English, and other significant Europeans in Shanghai. All of their mansions were now transformed into expensive European shops and cafes. The place looked really nice and kept me aware to the vast differences that comprised the city of Shanghai. After a short stint at a nearby mall, we took ...